Chinese family buys One57 condo for toddler, Brick gym signs lease for first NYC location … and more

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Mar.March 26, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Not-so-terrible twos? Chinese family buys One57 condo for toddler [Telegraph, via Business Insider]
2. West Hollywood’s Brick gym takes 10,000 square feet at 257 West 17th Street for first NYC location [Crain’s]
3. Scottish officials blow off Donald Trump, approve wind farm near his golf resort [Guardian]
4. Production designer sets Fort Greene sale record with $3.8M brownstone scoop [NYO]
5. Apartment shoppers have “tells” about whether they will buy or not [NYT]
6. Sen. Daniel Squadron’s Public Advocate campaign receives $65K from Brooklyn Bridge Park residents, despite his opposition to Brooklyn Bridge Park residences [NYP]
7. East Village bar shut post-Sandy totters amidst financial woes [EV Grieve]
8. Cap, don’t kill, mortgage deduction, industry insider says [CNBC]
9. Advocates push to landmark two Lower Manhattan structures in honor of Little Syria’s past [WSJ]
10. Will arena football come to the Barclays Center? [Atlantic Yards Report]
11. Law firm Sanford & Heisler takes 8,000 sf at 1350 Sixth Avenue [Crain’s]
12. And Trevi Capital inks 8,000-sf lease at 660 Madison [Crain’s]
13. Newark businesses wonder if skyrocketing property values are right [NYT]
14. Pols suggest restoring Queens rail line instead of building High Line-style park [DNAinfo]

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